Greene scored a goal on his lone shot and added three blocks and two hits in Saturday's 4-0 Game 7 win over Philadelphia.
Greene buried a backdoor feed in the left faceoff circle to stake the Islanders to a 2-0 lead with just under seven minutes left in the first period. It was the second goal of the playoffs for the 37-year-old, matching his total from the entire regular season. Despite the goal, Greene's contributions come primarily at the defensive end at this stage of his career.
Greene scored a goal on two shots Monday in a 4-0 win over Philadelphia in Game 1. He added four blocks and two hits.
Greene opened the scoring with a point shot at 6:06 of the first period, his first postseason goal since 2010 when he was a member of the New Jersey Devils. The 37-year-old found the net just twice in 63 regular-season games, but he was a noticeable presence in all three zones throughout Monday's game and led all players in blocked shots.
Greene (undisclosed) will play in Saturday's game against the Bruins, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.
Greene missed Thursday's overtime loss to the Blues, but he'll be back in action against the Bruins. The 37-year-old has posted two points over five games since being traded to the Islanders, and he's slated to work on the top pairing with Ryan Pulock.
Greene (undisclosed) won't play Thursday against the Blues.
Greene's undisclosed issue isn't believed to be overly serious, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him back in action Saturday against the Bruins. Noah Dobson will take the veteran blueliner's spot in the lineup for Thursday's tilt.
Greene (undisclosed) was labeled day-to-day and will travel with the team for Thursday's clash with St. Louis, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.
Greene has recorded two helpers, eight shots and nine blocks while averaging 15:44 of ice time in five games since joining the Islanders. If the blueliner is unable to suit up versus the Blues, Noah Dobson figures to jump back into the lineup for the first time since Greene's acquisition.
Greene (undisclosed) won't return to Tuesday's game against the Rangers.
Greene exited the game in the first period after trying to clear the zone, and the specifics of his injury remain unclear. The defenseman exited the game suiting up in just 2:15 of ice time. In the meantime, look for Nick Leddy to see a slight uptick in ice time as long as Greene is sidelined.
Greene (undisclosed) left Tuesday's game against the Rangers in the first period, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
Greene wasn't present for the second period, but it's unclear what's bothering the blueliner. This is Greene's fifth game -- he's posted two points and eight blocked shots -- with the Islanders, and he's averaged 18:49 per game.
The Devils traded Greene to the Islanders in exchange for David Quenneville and a 2021 second-round pick Sunday.
The Devils have been quiet on the trade front since sending Taylor Hall to Arizona, but they've made their next big move by trading their captain to the Islanders. Greene is a stay-at-home defenseman with just 11 points through 53 games, and the left-handed blueliner has an unimpressive 43.7 Corsi For percentage this season. The 37-year-old is a rental, as he'll be an unrestricted free agent in July.
Greene tallied a goal, dished an assist, blocked four shots and served two PIM in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Lightning.
Greene tied the game 1-1 with his first goal of the season at 3:10 of the second period. He later assisted on Miles Wood's empty-netter in the third. The veteran defenseman now has eight points, 97 blocks and 34 shots on goal in 41 games this season. His usage is mostly defensive, so most fantasy owners need not pay attention.
Greene posted a shorthanded assist, two blocked shots and a plus-2 rating in Monday's 7-1 win over the Blackhawks.
Greene ignited the play that ended with a Travis Zajac goal at 17:22 of the second period. His helper snapped a 23-game point drought, during which he went minus-6 with 52 blocked shots. The 37-year-old has only five helpers in 32 contests this year -- fantasy owners can safely keep Greene on the waiver wire in most formats.
Greene finished with two shots and two blocks in Saturday's 5-1 win over Detroit.
Greene skated 19:49 in this one, tying for the team lead with 4:21 of shorthanded ice time. The 37-year-old blueliner is more valuable on the ice than in the fantasy realm. Greene can still defend at a passable level, but he has just four assists in 18 games, with no points in the past 10.
Greene picked up his first points of the season Wednesday, notching a pair of assists in a 7-6 overtime loss to the Lightning.
Absent from four games because of an upper-body injury, Greene had been limited to five contests in the early part of the season and had failed to record a point. The defenseman collected a pair of helpers against Tampa Bay, albeit in a loss, and also led New Jersey with three blocked shots. Until he ramps up his production and finds more consistency in his game, Greene should remain on the fantasy bench.
Green (upper body) will be taken off injured reserve and rejoin the lineup Saturday against Vancouver.
Greene will replace Will Butcher, who's now battling an upper-body injury of his own. The veteran Greene is a good source of blocked shots, but he's scored more than 13 points only once in the past four seasons.
The Devils transitioned Green (upper body) to injured reserve Friday retroactive to Wednesday.
Greene will thus skip at least the next two games due to his upper-body issue, though he hasn't been pegged with a return timetable just yet. The veteran blueliner posted a somewhat resurgent season for New Jersey last year with 24 points in 82 games, though it would be surprising if a repeat is on tap given his absence from the power play. Greene's missed time certainly won't do him any favors in reaching that mark considering he played all 82 contests in 2018-19 en route to the 20-point mark.
Greene (upper body) won't play Thursday against the Oilers.
With Greene on the shelf due to an upper-body injury, Mirco Mueller will draw into the lineup against Edmonton. The Devils have yet to release any details regarding the severity of Greene's issue, but another update on his condition should surface ahead of Saturday's matchup with Boston.
Greene went scoreless with a minus-2 rating in Saturday's season finale against Florida, finishing the season with five goals, 20 assists and a minus-9 rating in 82 games.
The 36-year-old Greene was surprisingly effective offensively, notching 25 points after finishing with exactly 13 in each of the previous three campaigns. His production still wasn't enough to make him relevant in most formats, and the Devils' captain will likely regress next season, when he plays out the final year of a contract with a $5 million AAV.
Greene had two assists and blocked seven shots in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Oilers.
Greene has recorded four assists in his last five games, a slight boost to his usual levels of production. For the year, the American defender has 23 points (four goals, 19 helpers) in 71 games. It's his highest point total since he had 32 in 2013-14.
Greene tallied an assist and blocked five shots in Tuesday's 9-4 loss to the Flames.
The defender has a goal and three assists in his last 10 appearances, giving him 21 points in 70 games this year. He's also blocked 181 shots, which might be enough to make Greene an option for fantasy owners in leagues that count that category. Otherwise, the 36-year-old can likely be avoided outside of deeper leagues.
Greene recorded an assist and three shots on goal over 22:57 of ice time in Tuesday's 1-2 shootout loss to the Blue Jackets.
Greene's assist was secondary and came on a long pass into the offensive zone, where Blake Coleman gathered the puck and found Travis Zajac on the weak side for the game-tying goal. Tuesday's point was the Michigan native's first since Feb. 23. Greene has 20 points (four goals, 16 assists) in 67 games this season. In addition, the blueliner has notched 173 blocked shots --15 away from tying his career high -- and is averaging 21:01 of ice time per game.
Greene recorded two assists in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Sabres.
Greene's night was given a little boost, with the Devils' defenseman picking up a shorthanded helper on New Jersey's empty-net goal. The two-point performance ended a nine-game drought for Greene and moves him up to 17 points through 59 games. He was also a plus-3 in Sunday's win to lead all skaters.
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